All Foundation programs focus on helping underserved communities in North Carolina. Each program offers assistance in a different way.
The Community Practitioner Program offers Medical School loan repayment assistance to physicians, physician assistants and family nurse practitioners serving those populations in the state who are most in need.
PractEssentials offers practice management and business consulting services to both our Community Practitioner Program practices as well as practices not affiliated with the program.
The Leadership College program identifies medical professionals with leadership potential and helps hone their skills to become effective leaders in their communities.
The Leadership College Faculty Training program is the second phase of the Leadership College where alumni take their leadership skills to the next level and are trained to serve as faculty for the program.
The NCMS Foundation is committed to assisting practices withÃ‚Â Health Information Technology. The Foundation has partnered with NC Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) to offer comprehensive technical support and educational programs to help primary care physicians implement electronic health records, achieve meaningful use and deliver high-quality, cost-effective care.
The mission of the North Carolina Physician Institute for Quality Enhancement is to establish infrastructure and resources to support Quality Improvement in the processes by which specialty medical care is delivered in North Carolina.